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Time running out for invasive species trials showing promise on Exmoor

Electrocution of plants and sterilisation of male signal crayfish are two ground-breaking techniques showing early promise in Exmoor National Park as part of a three-year programme due to end next Spring.
26 November 2021
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Small grants available for projects tackling climate change on Exmoor

Exmoor National Park Authority are particularly calling for projects that help mitigate and adapt to climate change in the next round of Partnership Fund applications, ahead of the 4th January deadline.
16 November 2021
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BLOG: How to make your historic building more climate-friendly

The climate emergency is in the news more and more but what measures can you take to make your home more energy efficient, especially when its historic or listed?
15 November 2021
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Call to protect Exmoor's dark skies as annual festival closes

Around 2000 people attended Exmoor’s 5th annual Dark Skies Festival, which drew to a close on Sunday 7th November. The programme included over 50 events celebrating Exmoor’s dark skies, with those centred on nocturnal wildlife, health and wellbeing proving just as popular as the most traditional astronomy and stargazing events.
15 November 2021
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Exmoor's rights of way maintained in peak condition

98% of public paths on Exmoor were judged through a nationally recognised methodology to be ‘open and easy to use’ this year, according to the National Park Authority’s latest annual rights of way report.
11 November 2021
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